Eating well and taking regular exercise when you are a teenager will also help you stay in good health later in life. Sleeping is also a really important way to stay healthy. Having late nights can leave you feeling tired the next day. It can be difficult, but try to have at least 6-8 hours sleep each night.
Smoking, drinking alcohol and taking drugs can harm your health and cancel out the effects of a good diet and exercise. Doing these things can lower the immune system and cause mental health problems too.Having spots when you are a teenager is completely normal. It doesn’t mean that you are unhealthy or that you don’t wash properly. Spots or acne are caused by hormones.
Having a healthy varied diet and taking exercise can help to reduce spots or acne, but they will also help you stay positive and reduce stress which can contribute to breakouts.
Spots often appear when you are going through puberty - learn more about what puberty is like for both girls and boys.Losing weight safely
If you are worried that you are overweight, it’s best to talk to your doctor before starting any kind of diet. They can advise you about how much weight you might need to lose and also give you a sensible eating and exercise plan to help you lose weight. Putting on weight safely
If you are worried that you are underweight, the best way to gain weight safely is to talk to your doctor first. They will be able to help you plan how to put weight on and what foods and exercise are right for you.
If you are worried about anything to